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New Tables in Wonderland Options Announced

Tables in Wonderland, formerly the Disney Dining Experience, is a program available to Florida residents and annual passholders that gives a 20% discount on dining locations around the resort. We used to belong, but quit because our favorite location was no longer included. Looks like they’ve just added that location back along with a number of others.

New as of January 2010!

Epcot®: Tokyo Dining Location Only (Not Teppan Edo)
Disney’s BoardWalk Resort: Kouzzina by Cat Cora (formerly Spoodles)
Disney’s Wide World of Sports: ESPN® Sports Cafe
DOWNTOWN DISNEY® Marketplace: Fulton’s Crab House
DOWNTOWN DISNEY® Pleasure Island: Portobello
DOWNTOWN DISNEY® West Side: House of Blues®, Wolfgang Puck® Cafe
Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort: Il Mulino New York Trattoria, Kimonos, Shula’s Steak House, Todd English’s bluezoo

If you plan on dining out at WDW sit down restaurants (keep in mind that DAK has three counter service locations on the plan, plus a buffet) and spending more than $550 over the course of the year on food and drinks at those locations, then the Tables in Wonderland card makes sense for you. For some locations (Jiko, California Grill) that’s just a couple of meals if you include a wine flight.

Tables in Wonderland List of ALL participating locations below the jump:

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Disneyland Paris Free Ticket Offer

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Walt Disney World offers deal to Florida Resident

One of the comments that was made in the 1Q results conference call was that Disney’s theme parks had seen a larger drop off in visits from locals than had been expected. Also mentioned was the expectation that  further admission discounts would be coming. Well, here’s the first one. Florida residents can get two parks for two days for $99 ($83 for ages 3-9).

Tickets must be purchased before May 20th and the last day to use the tickets is May 21st. They are “Magic Your Way” base tickets, which means they must be used within 14 days of first use as well.

Details below the cut or visit DisneyWorld/99.
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